SATURDAY MARCH 24th URBAN FOOD HEROES AT THE MARKET Crystal Palace food market say they are honoured to be chosen as an Urban Food Hero "using food for good" in this month's Jellied Eel (part of Sustain). Not only has the market been listed but also Patchwork Farm and its stall at the market. Thank … Continue reading EVENTS – PEOPLE’S AUDIT LAMBETH / URBAN FOOD HEROES AT THE MARKET/ CRYSTAL PALACE BUSINESS BAGEL / CRYSTAL PALACE PARK COMMUNITY FORUM /
The last month has been a busy one. We've enjoyed the picturesque snow-covered Crystal Palace, signed up some great new classes to run at the library, and really cracked on with plans for the Crystal Palace Library of Things. More exciting news on that below... New Groups and Classes We've recently added T'ai Chi, Shared … Continue reading UPPER NORWOOD LIBRARY HUB: WHAT’S ON THIS MONTH – Library of Things starts lending April 21st
Saturday 17th March Yes, we're open. They weather is looking a bit frisky, but we'll be there! (Weather forecast in following 'Snow Business' item - Ed.) Patsy will be making jerk chicken & pork for lunch, Neil's new coffee roasting stall will be up and running and Veaseys have had a good week fishing, so … Continue reading WINTER BUNDERLAND! FOOD MARKET WILL BE OPEN TOMORROW
CENTRAL HILL / WESTOW STREET MAINS REPAIRS Bus routes 417, 432 and 450 along with two night buses are continuing to be diverted along Church Road SE19 while Thames Water carry out repairs on Gipsy Hill. A Thames Water spokesman told News From Crystal Palace: "We're currently working to repair a leak in the road … Continue reading MAINS REPAIRS ON CENTRAL HILL / FOOD MARKET IS BACK / VICAR’S OAK LEAFLET LAUNCH …AND LOTS MORE!
Two excellent authors come together to discuss fiction writing and their new titles - Alex Hourston’s second novel, Love After Love, is a searing exploration of female identity and sexual politics. A blazingly honest portrait of a family fracturing, this novel’s central theme is what a woman may actually be beneath the roles she embodies; … Continue reading COMING UP…….
IT Makes Sense. An introduction to coding for adults. Monday 5 March, 11am-12.30pm. Brixton Library FREE 4 week course starting on 5 March. The course covers: Web page construction and design using HTML, Website design using HTML and CSS, Website management using hosting providers. It will assume basic IT skills such as editing files and … Continue reading LAMBETH LIBRARIES EVENTS MARCH 2018
Join us at the Anerley Town Hall Open Day for the launch of our heritage leaflet about the Vicar’s Oak, an historic tree that once marked the boundaries that met at the top of Anerley Hill. We will also be showing the design for the new path and planting close to the Vicar's Oak site, … Continue reading VICAR’S OAK HERITAGE LEAFLET BEING LAUNCHED AT ANERLEY TOWN HALL OPEN DAY
Guest lunch – Chilli Brothers Nathalie says, “Hi all, the menu this week is marinated beef and chicken from Gill Wing Farm (meat supplier at the market), all cooked and served with our gourmet condiments and sauces. Come down and be treated.” Vegan lunch – The Good Karma Kitchen Freshly cooked vegan fare. Lunch – … Continue reading FOOD MARKET: HAVE YOUR CAKE AND EAT IT! (Carrot / lemon drizzle / chocolate avocado / raspberry and pink peppercorn /white chocolate and passion fruit cheesecake……)
We’re really sorry to hear of the passing of Imogen Filbey today (16th February) after a short illness. She has been with the market from the start with her delicious range of preserves and pickles, Imogeni. Our condolences go out to George Filbey, her husband. We cannot find a picture of Imogen as she hated … Continue reading CRYSTAL PALACE FOOD MARKET – ON A SAD NOTE………
Herne Hill Society @HerneHillSoc Feb 11 Our free talk and film on Wed 14 Feb is by Sue Giovanni on the subway underneath Crystal Palace Parade #hernehill 7.45 start http://www.hernehillsociety.org.uk/society_meeting Our public meetings are held on the second Wednesday of most months at Herne Hill United Church Hall, Herne Hill (junction with Red Post Hill), London SE24 9PW. (68 or … Continue reading SUBWAY TALK AT HERNE HILL